Space Weather Workshop 2018 Presentations

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Tuesday, April 16
Bill Murtagh Conference Welcome
Space Weather 2018 – In the Spotlight
Chair: Bill Murtagh
Brent Gordon SWPC – Always Moving Forward
Lt. Col William Ryerson The USAF Space Weather Operations Center
Mark Gibbs MOSWOC – 4 years old! What have we achieved and where are we going?
Conrad C. Lautenbacher, Jr. The Space Weather Enterprise (SWE) - The Time Is Now!
Steven Clarke Building Resilience against Space Weather Effects: An update from the Office of Science and Technology Policy
Panel Session: September 2017 Storm - Discussion on User Needs and Science Capabilities
Chair: Howard Singer
Rob Redmon Overview of September 2017 Space Weather Period
Anthony Abate  The Effects of the 10 SEP 17 Solar Event on HF Voice Comms Over the Atlantic 
Michele Cash  NOAA SWPC Operational Model Performance during the September 2017 Storms 
Capt. John Ross September 2017 Space Weather Impacts 
Space Weather Policy 
Chair: Tamara Dickinson
Seth Jonas  EMP, Natural and Adversarial; A Policy Perspective 
Mark Olson  Reducing GMD Risks to Reliability of the North American Electricity Grid 
William Bauman III  Provision of the Space Weather Advisory for International Air Navigation 
Richard Marshall  Space Weather Services for Australia's Critical Infrastructure 
Yuki Kubo  Asia Oceania Space Weather Alliance (AOSWA) 
Juha-Pekka Luntama  European Space Agency Space Situational Awareness Lagrange Mission to L5 Point 
Economic Impact Assessment
Chair: Chris Cannizzaro
Pierre Langlois The Canadian Space Weather Socioeconomic Impact Study
Susan Taylor The Social and Economic Impacts of Space Weather (US Project)
Mark Gibbs Testing Realistic Scenarios for Space Weather: The Economic Impacts of Electricity Transmission Infrastructure Failure in the UK
Nicola Fox Special Presentation: Parker Solar Probe: A NASA Mission to Touch the Sun
Wednesday, April 18
Col. Jeff Jarry and
Dr. Mark Pesses
Air Force Space Weather – The Way Ahead
Panel Session: Space Weather Action Plan Implementation – Challenges and Opportunities
Chair: Steven Clarke
Jim Spann NASA’s Role and Current Efforts for SWAP
Michael Wiltberger NSF’s Contributions to SWAP Implementation
Bill Lapenta NOAA Progress on SWAP Activities
Chris Cannizzaro Goal 6: International Activities
Carol Finn USGS Role in SW AP Implementation
Research and Services Supporting Satellite Operations
Chair: Rob Redmon
Alec Engell Spacecraft Anomalies and Failures Workshop 2017 Summary
Linda Neergaard Parker Summaries for the 2017 Applied Space Environments Conference (ASEC) and the Space Environment Engineering and Science Applications Workshop (SEESAW)
Janet Green  Tools for Understanding On-Orbit Satellite Anomalies 
Richard Quinn  AE9/AP9/SPM (IRENE) Commercial Deployment and Use 
Steven Morley  GPS Energetic Particle Data and their Use for Space Weather, Climatology, and Anomaly Assessment 
Building Resilience to Geomagnetic Induced Currents on the Electric Power Grid 
Chair: Christopher Balch 
Michael G. Henderson  Impacts of Extreme Space Weather Events on Power Grid Infrastructure: Physics-Based Modelling of Geomagnetically-Induced Currents (GICs) During Carrington-Class Geomagnetic Storms 
Mike Liemohn  CHARGED: An NSF-Funded Initiative to Understand the Physics of Extreme GICs 
Emanuel Bernabeu GMD Vulnerability Assessment
John Ostrich  DOE's Recommended Monitoring Approach for GMDs and DOE’s Pilot Program to Test and Evaluate Devices that can Mitigae GMD Impacts on the Grid 
Jeffrey Love  Magnetic-Storm Geoelectric Hazard Maps and the Induction of Voltages on Power Grids 
Panel Session: Space Weather and Aviation - Making the Connection between Operations and Research 
Chair: Robert Rutledge 
Mike Stills  United Airlines Space Weather Procedures and Needs 
W. Kent Tobiska  Real-time Radiation Weather for Commercial Aviation on the Horizon 
Anthony Abate  The Effects of the 10 SEP 17 Solar Event on HF Voice Comms Over the Atlantic 
Robert Rutledge and
Bill Murtagh 
SWPC Challenges and Opportunities for Supporting Aviation 
Shawn Young  AFRL Next-Gen Dose Rate Specification and Prediction 
Thursday, April 19  
Rodney Viereck  Space Weather Observations 
Juan Rodriguez  Status of the GOES-R Series Space Weather Observations 
Richard Eastes  The GOLD Mission – Real-time Imaging of the Space Weather in Earth’s Ionosphere and Thermosphere from Geostationary Orbit 
Doug Biesecker  DSCOVR – Status Update and Comparing Data from L1 
Jinwook Han  Activities of Korean Space Weather Center 
John Braun  The FORMOSAT-7/COMIC-2 Satellite Mission: Expanding the Observational Capabilities for the Space Weather Community 
Timothy Duly,
Rob Kursinski and
Conrad Lautenbacher Jr. 
Update from Spire Global, GeoOptics and PlanetIQ 
Space Weather Observation Cont’d 
Chair: Michael Bonadonna 
Erik Richard Implementation of Solar Irradiance Measurements on the International Space Station (ISS): The TSIS-1 Mission of Total and Spectral Solar Irradiance Observational Continuity 
Jennifer Gannon Deployment of Magnetic and Electric Field Sensors for GIC Hazard Mitigation 
Tony Gingiss  OWS The Industrialization and Democratization of Space 
Daniel Baker  Five and One-Half Years of Radiation Belt Measurements: Space Weather in Earth’s Neighborhood 
Alice Bunn  Keynote 
Research to Operations 
Chair: Terry Onsager 
Jeffrey Thayer  University of Colorado Space Weather Technology, Research, and Education Center 
Daniel Welling Space Weather Forecasting Advancements at the University of Michigan
Brad Zavodsky Extending Terrestrial Weather R2O/O2R to Space Weather at NASA’s SPoRT Center
Maria Kuznetsova CCMC as a hub for R2O and O2R: capabilities, challenges and opportunities
Michael Starks Air Force Research Laboratory Space Weather Open Standards and Data Repository Initiatives
Space Weather Services for Human Space Exploration 
Chair: Scott McIntosh 
John Guidi  NASA's Near Term Human Exploration Plans 
Kerry Lee Space Radiation Protection for NASA Exploration Class Missions 
Nathan Schwadron Update on the Worsening Particle Radiation Environment Observed by CRaTER and Implications for Future Human Deep-Space Exploration
Friday, April 20
Ionosphere and Thermosphere Modeling and Prediction
Chair: Michael Wiltberger
Tim Fuller-Rowell Why the WAM in WAM-IPE?
Han-Li Liu Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model with Thermosphere and Ionosphere Extension (WACCM-X): Model Capabilities and Validation
Joseph Huba Global Modeling of Metal Ions in the Ionosphere with SAMI3
Geoff Crowley Private Sector Contributions to Ionospheric Monitoring
Robert Schunk USU GAIM Data Assimilation Models for Space Weather Specifications and Forecasts
Jimmy Raeder OpenGGCM Modeling of SAPS and Related Ionosphere-Thermosphere Phenomena
Solar and Magnetosphere Modeling and Prediction
Chair: Michele Cash
Slava Merkin Toward a New Space Weather Model Suite
Antti Pulkkinen NASA GSFC Heliophysics Science Division and Space Weather
Mei-Ching Fok CIMI - Modeling the Inner Magnetosphere
Chris Balch  Geolectric Field Maps: Progress on NOAA's Operational Near Real-Time Geoelectric Field Estimation Capability 
Peter Riley  Forecasting the Arrival Time of Coronal Mass Ejections: Current Capabilities and Uncertainties 
Scott McIntosh Will There Even Be Sunspot Cycle 25? 
Howard Singer   Conference Closing Remarks

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